We want to provide you with updates and additional clarity as to how we are planning to move forward with worship services and ministry events.
Please watch our video about what worship will look like at Pennington Park Church.
We want to update you and provide additional clarity on how we are planning worship services and ministry events. Thank you for your patience as we navigate this challenging season.
Following the latest guidance from Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb and the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH), Pennington Park Church will not gather in person but will offer online Sunday morning worship services until further notice. All events and activities are currently on hold until further notice and we will provide updated event schedules once those resume.
You can watch from the comfort of your home on the Pennington Park Church website and Facebook beginning at 9:00am on Sunday, Mar. 22. Similar to every Sunday, you will be able to worship along with our worship team and listen to the preaching of God’s Word. The sermon will be available all day.
For this Sunday, March 15, 2020, Pennington Park Church will not gather in person. We will stream a Sunday morning worship service and make available on our church website live streaming and Facebook page, so that we can worship together as a church family in our respective homes.
In light of the rapidly-changing status of COVID-19 in Indiana, we will evaluate our plans early next week for future Sunday morning services. We are closely monitoring all information and guidance from officials with the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We will make decisions regarding future Sunday worship service gatherings on a week-to-week basis and will communicate those decisions by email and social media.
In addition, we are canceling all ministry related events until further notice. For small groups and Bible studies, we encourage you to explore other ways to meet via phone or video calls to continue ministering to, encouraging, and praying for one another in the weeks ahead.
As we’ve seen in the book of Nehemiah, the first step of God’s people in the midst of hardship is to pray and “remember the Lord, who is great and awesome”(4:14).
- Pray for the Lord to use this to help each of us to choose trust over panic, prayer over worry, wisdom over carelessness, and compassion over judgment
- Pray for those who are already affected by this
- Pray for the many medical professionals, public safety professionals, educators, missionaries, and others who are already affected or are preparing for a possible spread into Indiana
- Pray for the Lord’s protection from illness among our people
- Pray for gospel opportunities to come from this outbreak
- Pray for wisdom regarding ministry impact
The best source of information on COVID-19 is the CDC’s website. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
Thank you for helping us keep Pennington Park a safe place to know Jesus and make Him known.